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'''Stuart Chase''' (March 8, 1888 – November 16, 1985) was an American economist, social theorist, and writer.Norman Silber. "Chase, Stuart"; http://www.anb.org/articles/14/14-00950.html; American National Biography Online Feb. 2000. Access Date: Wed Nov 06 2013 16:06:31 GMT-0500 (EST) Copyright 2000 American Council of Learned Societies. Published by Oxford University Press. His writings covered topics as diverse as general semantics and physical economy. His thought was shaped by Henry George, by economic philosopher Thorstein Veblen, by Fabian Society|Fabian socialism, and by the Communist social and educational experiments being in the Soviet Union around 1930.Westbrook, Robert B. "Tribune of the Technostructure:the Popular Economics of Stuart Chase." ''American Quarterly'', Vol. 32, Autumn 1980, pp. 387–408.Engerman, David ''Modernization from the Other Shore: American intellectuals and the Romance of Russian Development''. Harvard University...
JournalNew York Times
DateNovember 17, 1985
Urlhttps://www.nytimes.com/1985/11/17/nyregion/stuart-chase-97-coined-phrase-a-new-dea.html
QuoteStuart Chase, an economist and member of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's ''brain trust'' who coined the phrase ''a New Deal,'' died yesterday at his home in Redding, Conn. He was 97 years old.... During the 1960's, Mr. Chase was a strong advocate of the ''Great Society'' programs of President Lyndon B. Johnson.... Mr. Chase opposed warfare and aligned himself with isolationists who opposed United States entry into World War II.
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